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User interface standards for control system design applications

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Aspects of the design and specification of a generic graphical user interface for control system design and the emerging standards for user interface implementation that underlie it are discussed. The use of this interface in future design environments should permit the rapid development of novel design methods and at the same time, by enforcing a consistent look and feel across applications, make the transfer of new knowledge much simpler than is possible at present. A brief history of computer-aided control system design (CACSD) is given. Advantages of sophisticated graphical user interfaces and standards for user interface development are discussed. A description of how an existing CACSD package has been redesigned to take on board the latest user interface technology is included

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Computer-Aided Control System Design, 1989., IEEE Control Systems Society Workshop on

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16 Dec 1989